17.03.11 by Jeff

Urs Fischer

Sculptures and installations by Urs Fischer.

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artist sculptures urs fischer

artist sculptures urs fischer

artist sculptures urs fischer

artist sculptures urs fischer

artist sculptures urs fischer

artist sculptures urs fischer

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Crazy!

  • Wow this artists work is really interesting. Crazy ideas and just so un-thought of as well.

  • mp

    That last one is awesome!

  • Brandon Wilson

    I want to pull that sword from the stone.

    • lapetitefaon

      EXACTLY!

  • really love the third one!

  • great work! I wish I thought of that first one.

  • That house, jesus! I love it. I need it installed in my solo show later this year ha ha.

  • FREAKING GENIUS!

  • Lea

    I’d wish to be at the exhibition. *.*

  • saw his show at the New Museum a while ago. Clearly Ursy boy has been hard at work. Im so glad this was posted, although i wish there was some info with the photos though

  • sarah

    awesome!

  • Amazing exhibit! I love the 5th one.





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